Important Information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
To our Members: We understand that you have concerns regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and we’re here to ensure you that you’re in good hands. We have been (obsessively) monitoring CDC guidelines and taking precautions to ensure a safe, clean, and healthy environment. Our entire team at Five Journeys is committed to making you comfortable during this global pandemic.
Unless indicated otherwise, all visits will be via telemedicine, as mandated by the Governor.
We will keep this page updated weekly but if you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to email or call us at (617) 934-6400.
Resources: for the latest information we recommend visiting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website. If you’d like the latest news updates and cases by state check out the NY Times on Coronavirus.
Ways to Stay Healthy
Wash Your Hands
Eat Well & Exercise
Take Your Supplements
Get IV Vitamin C
Precautions We’re Taking
To provide a safe and healthy office environment our staff is following CDC guidelines daily. We’re disinfecting everything that is touched. You’ll find hand sanitizer, masks, and gloves throughout the office. Our IV spaces have expanded! We’re taking social distancing very seriously and have opened up multiple spaces to ensure everyone’s at least 6ft apart. We’ve also placed dividers between each IV chair in the IV room.
We ask that if you’re entering our office space to 1. wear a mask 2. social distance from others 3. let our staff know ahead of time you’re coming unless you have an appointment. If you’re picking up supplements, please make sure you’re wearing a mask to ensure the safety of our members and staff.
The Massachusetts Governor has recommended that everyone stay home unless it’s necessary to leave. If you have COVID-19 symptoms or are feeling sick, please stay home. We’re not currently testing or treating for COVID-19 in the office.
Telemedicine appointments are now covered by insurance in Massachusetts during this unprecedented time. Therefore, you can have your remote visit covered by insurance. We are so grateful to the Governor for supporting the health and well-being of all of you! Please call us to schedule a telemedicine appointment.